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Pretty in pink

By: Christina Harrison - 21 Aug 2012

There are some fabulous flowering trees putting on a great show right now at Kew, including one mysterious bright pink head turner...

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Harapan memories and take-away thoughts

By: Jenny Williams & Marie Briggs - 20 Aug 2012

Kew staff reminisce on time well spent in the Harapan Rainforest, Sumatra, with a summary of their GIS field mapping, personal accounts and photographs.

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Reflections on a year at Kew

By: Stephanie Rolt - 15 Aug 2012

Archives Graduate Trainee Stephanie Rolt reflects on some of the highlights of her year at Kew in her final blog post

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Have you caught Olympic Fever?

By: Christina Harrison - 07 Aug 2012

If you've got a bad case of Olympic Fever why not head to Kew to continue to enjoy the spirit of the Games with the wonderful representations of the Olympic Rings and Paralympic logo in flower form?  You can also see some of the tallest, oldest, fastest, weirdest and most beautiful plants on the planet right here.

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That's not really how it was

By: Philip Smith - 03 Aug 2012

You are at Kew with your camera and snapping away - but when you get home you may be disappointed - we have tips for you!

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UK Virtual Herbarium - a pilot project

By: Sally King - 03 Aug 2012

Will you join Kew’s quest to unlock the information hidden behind the closed doors of our Herbarium cupboards?

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Brocken Spectres and Circular Rainbows

By: Helen Hartley - 03 Aug 2012

Many weird and wonderful subjects have been uncovered while digitising Kew's Directors' Correspondence collection. Read about a 19th century botanist's awe-inspiring encounter with a 'Spectre' in Jamaica's Blue mountains.

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Love nuts? Love seeds! But which one is the tastiest of all?

By: Wolfgang Stuppy - 24 Jul 2012

After previously exploring colourful, enigmatic, poisonous and sadistic seeds, in his new blog, Wolfgang goes nuts about nuts.

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Conservation at Camberwell

By: Mark Nesbitt - 24 Jul 2012

Once again, students at Camberwell College of Arts have breathed life into historical objects – this year, rice paper drawings, an Amazonian shield and a Canadian cradle.

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Launching a Plant Conservation Task Force for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands

By: Colin Clubbe - 09 Jul 2012

A major outcome of a one-week plant conservation workshop hosted by the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, is the establishment of a Plant Conservation Task Force for Puerto Rico and the US and British Virgin Islands. The overall goal of the Task Force is to protect and sustain the native plant diversity of the Puerto Rican Bank.

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Wakehurst car parking - your questions answered

14 Mar 2014
Wakehurst is hosting public meetings about the introduction of car parking charges. You can read here the statement from Head of Wakehurst, Andy Jackson, and responses to questions raised in the meetings.


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Car parking charges at Wakehurst Place

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